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Fictional Characters by Letter - L

Name these fictional characters whose names start with the letter L.
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Hint
Character
Mario's brother
Tomb Raider
Superman's arch-nemesis
"Timmy's trapped down the well",
she barked
Elven member of the Fellowship
Rescued Zelda
He took out the Death Star
Twin sister of the above
Had an affair with Guinevere
Leader of the Ninja Turtles
Hint
Character
Traveled to Lilliput
Friend of Stitch
Spacey friend of Harry Potter
Candelabra from Beauty and the Beast
One of the Dumb & Dumber guys
Peanuts character with a security blanket
She's the girl with the dragon tattoo
The Texas chainsaw massacrer
Watery tart who gave Arthur his sword
Parks Department worker with
political aspirations
Answer Stats
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Character
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Fackwacker
(46)
didn't Lando also destroy a death star?
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Sep 3, 2013
(75)
I tried that first too, just to see if it'd work. Don't know that he had a sister though, so that'd throw off the next question...
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Jan 17, 2014
(32)
Should have specified which death star, or allowed both
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Jul 8, 2016
Hansolo312
(17)
Technically Wedge, Lando, and Nien Numb took out the 2nd Death Star so Luke fits much better since he was the only one who took out the 1st Death Star.
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Jul 8, 2016
(69)
If I went 'round sayin' I was Emperor, just because some moistened bint lobbed a scimitar at me, they'd put me away.
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Dec 1, 2013
cranbeckh
(57)
where's the LIKE button!
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Jan 17, 2014
postwaste
(68)
Help! Help! I'm being repressed!
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Jan 17, 2014
AliBa
(45)
<3
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Sep 6, 2014
(66)
Now we see the violence inherent in the system!
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Sep 12, 2014
(27)
We're an anarcho-syndicalist commune
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Nov 20, 2015
00spool
(45)
Strange women, lying in ponds, distributing swords, is no basis for a system of government!
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Jan 13, 2016
(58)
Well, I didn't vote for you!
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Mar 28, 2016
(43)
"Moistened bint." heh heh heh
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Jan 19, 2016
cdob63
(6)
There is some chance that the Republican candidate for VP will be turned into a Newt. He will not get better.
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Jul 8, 2016
(41)
I didn't realize Lassie was male until now... weird.
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Jan 17, 2014
Quizmaster
I guess she would have to be Laddie, huh? Fixed!
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Jan 17, 2014
Erikthev
(60)
The original movie collie was actually Pal, a male collie, obviously playing in drag (or would that be 'drog'?) and several other manifestations over the years were male collies.
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Jan 31, 2014
(53)
They're probably easier to train.
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May 3, 2014
UbiquitousJoe
(8)
Erikthev is correct, so ironically the Lassie bebn123 is thinking of probably *was* a male. I believe the reason for using males in the movies was because they have more substantial coats in the summer and because they are bigger, not because female dogs are somehow hard to train.
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Jun 1, 2015
(64)
I guess it depends on the breed. The dog who played Toto in "The Wizard of Oz" was a female.
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Jul 8, 2016
(66)
Oh. Didn't realize that Gulliver was a last name. I thought I was just going crazy and didn't even try that. Missed that one and Leslie Knope- whomever that is. Took me a while to think of Lloyd and I think I was only able to because it's part of the title of the prequel, though I never saw that movie I could recall the title.
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Jan 17, 2014
quizzicalgiraffe
(46)
Leslie Knope is one of the main characters on the comedy show Parks and Recreation, played by Amy Poehler from Saturday Night Live......also didn't know that Gulliver was his last name!
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Jan 17, 2014
Hunkers
(46)
Nice nod to Monty Python there....."watery tart"
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Apr 14, 2014
(56)
I read it as "warty toad," thinking maybe Disney made her an animal.
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Oct 30, 2014
(66)
Five stars for this one just for the Lady of the Lake clue.
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Jun 24, 2014
(60)
Could I just say that I think the Venn Diagram of "People who know Zelda and the Ninja Turtles" and "People who know Gulliver's first name" would show an almost vanishingly empty set.
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Sep 6, 2014
bdhowell
(50)
I mean, I got both. Nerds read and like video games.
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Dec 14, 2015
(58)
I don't play video games, but know plenty of people who do, AND I am mostly aware of pop culture (yes, I'm including the TMNT in there, although I know some people will disagree), AND I am a certified English nerd who reads Shakespeare for fun. The boundaries can definitely overlap. Agree with joeythelemur below, though. It took me quite a while to remember Gulliver's first name as well, even though I knew immediately to whom the clue was referring.
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Jul 8, 2016
(66)
Well, the defense is that "Gulliver" is an acceptable answer. It's a different question whether credit should be given without knowing the first name.
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Jul 8, 2016
(41)
Not sure why you'd say that, I'd actually expect a positive correlation between people who got the Gulliver's Travels question and people who got the TMNT and Zelda questions right. Reading is already seen as a nerdy hobby and reading fantasy is seen as being even more nerdy, plus Zelda is a fantasy game series so there's a good chance fantasy fans will have heard of both.
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Jul 8, 2016
beccimoo
(60)
Watery tart??! Well that made my day. I know Brian is widely considered the better film, but it will always be Holy Grail for me.
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Jul 15, 2015
(35)
Same for me. Holy Grail is by far my favourite Python movie.
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May 30, 2016
(58)
Yes. It's actually--how do I say it?--understandable in its madness. As in, it's followable, and not completely off-the-wall. "Completely" being the key word, of course.
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Jul 8, 2016
SillyDan
(20)
I was watching Parks and Rec while I did this quiz. I had to wait until they said Leslie's name in the show before i remembered it....
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Oct 10, 2015
(21)
how come only 86 percent got luke and 77 leia??
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Mar 28, 2016
(65)
"Only"? Not everyone has read Harry Potter or seen Star Wars, so those are pretty good stats tbh.
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May 28, 2016
lucd13
(46)
It's updated now to 89% and 82%, but it is still a weird discrepancy. brandybuck96, HermioneGranger9 is pointing out that if you've seen the Star Wars movie(s), you should know both, but there's a rather large difference. (I think most men remember her form, forgetting her name. Especially in that bikini.)
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Jul 8, 2016
(56)
lelo, leelo, lealo, lello, give me a break
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Jul 8, 2016
(66)
Lizabeth, Lizbeth, Lisabeth...give me a break, too.
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Jul 8, 2016
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